Re-presenting the past : women and history /
Re-presenting the Past is a lively and engaging look at how women have been misrepresented and excluded in historical accounts of the past and what feminist historians are doing to redress the balance.
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Harlow ; New York :
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction /
- Ann-Marie Gallager, Cathy Lubelska and Louise Ryan
- Pt. 1.
- Competing Representations
- Splendidly silent: representing Irish Republican women, 1919-23 /
- Louise Ryan
- Telling stories about the Ladies of Llangollen: the construction of lesbian and feminist histories /
- Alison Oram
- 'A little, decent-looking woman': violence against nineteenth-century working women and the social history of crime /
- Shani D'Cruze
- Pt. 2.
- The Process of Representation: Visibility and Invisibility
- Feminist historians and challenges to imperial history /
- Clare Midgley
- The stigmata of 'widowhood' and Indian feminism: expanding the boundaries of international feminism /
- Parita Mukta
- Representing nation: women, obituaries and national biography /
- Wendy Webster
- Pt. 3.
- Re-Presenting the Past: Reframing Women's History
- Writing women in: new approaches to Russian and Soviet history /
- Melanie Ilic
- New histories of the labour movement /
- June Hannam
- Chasing shadows: issues in researching feminist social histories of women's health /
- Cathy Lubelska
- Towards a feminist framework for the history of women's leisure, 1920-60 /
- Claire Langhamer.